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how to find project documentation

 
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What is the document that should be consulted to know about your project, the activities you do, to know about your project, the activities you do, your schedules and milestones?How can we access that document?

please tell me answer for this question...thanks in advance
 
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Hi Saleem Basha,

Please read this: EaseUp (<-- click)

It will help you understand why a subject like "I need answer asap" is counterproductive, especially for you, the poster.

The answer to your question: It's entirely up to you and your team what "document" this will be. Some teams have a spreadsheet or (shudder) Microsoft Project document or something similar. Others will just have sticky notes on a whiteboard to show requirements and tasks and their progress. How you access that information follows the form it's in, accordingly.
 
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Whoa, EaseUp there partner!
I'm not quite sure I understand what sort of answer you're looking for. Are you looking for information on project management methods, like PRINCE2, or software development processes like Agile? Or both?

Edit: Ugh, not fast enough, as usual...
 
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